All-Chevy hour among scheduled highlights
Carlisle Auctions’ Summer Sale, scheduled for June 22 in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, features a docket topped by a 1989 Lamborghini Countach driven just 2,284 miles.
The auction house says the oldest car on the docket dates to 1935, but the sale also will offer plenty of contemporary vehicles, including Cobras, Camaros, Corvettes, Mustangs and “trucks of all types.”
In a “tip of the cap” to the Carlisle Chevrolet Nationals, scheduled for July 12-14 at the Carlisle Fairgrounds site, an all-Chevrolet hour is planned to start around 3 p.m., with Chevys-only crossing the block.
In total, Carlisle Auctions expects more than 200 vehicles to cross the block, along with assorted automobilia items.
“This is an excellent mix of consignments,” Tony Cline, director of auction operations, was quoted in the news release. “There is something here for everyone. From your first classic to an addition to the collection, expect options priced from $5,000 to $350,000.”